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Beanies (Freshman Caps)

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Title Date Summary
1 Traditions fade, reemerge through history
Funcke--Jill A. (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 86:13, p.2B
10/17/1989 A review of previous Homecoming celebrations and traditions.
2 Old regulations obsolete in 70s; served a purpose in their time
Northern Iowan 73:26, p.1
12/7/1976 A survey of old student rules and regulations.
3 Mirror on the Mob
O'Brien--Michael F. (Class of 1961)
College Eye 51:1, p.6
9/18/1959 Congratulates students on registration, wonders where the freshmen beanies are, comments on moving day and summer jobs.
4 Headgear and armbands mark 'green' freshmen
College Eye 49:4, p.5
10/4/1957 History of the beanie tradition; photo.
5 Hep cat dolls at seventeen
Old Gold 0:0, p.30
6/1/1956 Brief description of fall activities; photo.
6 Students at the Newcomers Variety Show
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1956 Photo.
7 Beanies come off tonight; decapping climaxes mixer
College Eye 47:4, p.1
9/30/1955 Description of decapping activities; photo.
8 Decap freshmen Wednesday night in lounge court
College Eye 46:4, p.1
10/1/1954 Description of the de-capping ceremony.
9 Novel green beanie fashions modeled by freshmen women
Lucas--Barbara A. (Class of 1957)
College Eye 46:3, p.7
9/24/1954 Advice on how to wear the freshman beanie.
10 Beanies are old, honored TC tradition
Thayer--Donna (Student--1953)
College Eye 45:4, p.3
10/2/1953 A look at the history of freshmen traditions at ISTC.
11 Bye-bye beanies
College Eye 45:4, p.1
10/2/1953 Freshmen girls burn their green beanies; photo.
12 Not to be removed
College Eye 45:2, p.6
9/18/1953 Poem about freshmen initiation.
13 Orientation week
Old Gold 0:0, p.68
6/1/1953 Counselors are assigned several counselees and are charged with coordinating the first week's activities; photo.
14 No more green caps on campus
College Eye 44:4, p.3
10/3/1952 Description of the de-capping ceremony.
15 Off with beanies!
College Eye 43:3, p.3
10/5/1951 Freshmen allowed to remove beanies after ceremony.
16 Curtis to play at dance tonight
College Eye 42:3, p.1
9/29/1950 Will hold freshmen de-capping at "Beanie Bounce".
17 Around (column)
Coombs--Don (Student--1950)
College Eye 42:2, p.6
9/22/1950 Explores necessity of green beanies for freshmen.
18 "Hats off" for all freshmen tonight
College Eye 41:3, p.6
9/30/1949 Schedule for de-capping activities.
19 Letters to the editor
Handorf--Doris L. (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:2, p.2
9/23/1949 Students condemn hazing.
20 More about Cut Day
Fagan--William Brock (English Faculty)
College Eye 40:5, p.2
10/15/1948 Mixed opinion about Cut Day.
21 Various green cap styles modeled by freshman girls
Russell--Marian Lucille (Class of 1949)
College Eye 37:7, p.5
10/19/1945 Freshmen wear their beanies in unusual ways.
22 Watchbird watches freshman
College Eye 37:4, p.2
9/28/1945 List of those who failed to wear beanies.
23 Freshmen and upperclassmen say green caps are 'sharp'
College Eye 37:1, p.5
9/7/1945 Over 500 beanies have been sold; photo.
24 Society of Teachers College welcomes "Green Caps"
Benoit--Mary (Student--1945)
College Eye 37:1, p.5
9/7/1945 Tips on what freshmen should wear.
25 All-college party reveals many 'ribbonless' freshmen
College Eye 36:7, p.4
10/20/1944 44 women did not have green ribbons.
26 Orientation begins this week; committee is carrying on special plans
College Eye 34:1, p.1
9/9/1942 Quick look at orientation activities; freshmen will not wear beanies due to shortage of material.
27 Learning the inside of collegiate life
Alumnus 26:3, p.5
7/1/1942 Scenes from a freshman's first days on campus; photo.
28 Thumbing the pages of past College Eyes
College Eye 33:23, p.3
3/13/1942 A quick look back at some old College Eyes.
29 Mickey speaks
Dirks--Muriel C. (Class of 1942)
College Eye 33:4, p.4
10/3/1941 Encourages freshmen to wear their green caps.
30 Committee helps you know your school's traditions
College Eye 33:2, p.2
9/19/1941 Women's League committee responsible for sale of freshmen beanies.
31 Homecoming only four weeks away
College Eye 33:2, p.3
32 Freshmen will wear green caps
College Eye 33:1, p.2
9/9/1941 Freshmen must wear beanies to all informal gatherings until Homecoming.
33 Relays queen
College Eye 30:27, p.4
4/7/1939 The "I" Club has to pick a queen to preside over the relays.
34 Downfall of a emblem
Alumnus 21:1, p.2
1/1/1937 Freshmen win right to discard beanies on October 17.
35 Just before the battle, mother . . . cry frosh-sophs
College Eye 28:6, p.1
10/16/1936 Freshmen and sophomores will engage in a tug of war to determine if the freshmen can remove their beanies.
36 Sophomore and Frosh to battle for supremacy
College Eye 28:4, p.1
10/2/1936 Rho Epsilon Rho will sponsor competition.
37 Freshmen! Are you men or mice?
College Eye 26:16, p.2
10/12/1934 Considers seeming acceptance of freshmen for their purple caps.
38 Campus life
Alumnus 18:3, p.15
7/1/1934 Campus scenes from Old Gold include working for board, hazing, and registering with Placement; photo.
39 Present traditions instituted by first graduates in 1878; campus traditions inspire loyalty to college among students, alumni
College Eye 25:11, p.6
8/18/1933 Brief survey of campus student traditions.
40 The purple and the green
College Eye 24:12, p.2
11/28/1932 Believes a group should form to make sure freshmen wear their green caps.
41 Senior explains cap rule for freshmen
College Eye 24:5, p.2
10/7/1932 States that freshmen wear caps to distinguish him from high school students.
42 Sophomores plan to settle frosh cap ruling Wednesday
College Eye 24:2, p.1
9/16/1932 Sophomores will meet to talk about enforcing freshman hazing.
43 Freshmen men will buy caps at Thursday lecture
College Eye 24:1, p.7
9/6/1932 Men must buy purple caps with green visors; women must buy green buttons with the letters ISTC.
44 Student Council plans for year; fall term arrangements, dances, Homecoming are considered
College Eye 23:54, p.1
8/12/1932 Meets to prepare for fall term.
45 Class spirit flared up
Public Relations News Release 1931:82, p.1
10/26/1931 Twenty-two men appointed as "blanket tossers"; freshmen are tossed if seen not wearing freshmen caps.
46 Council appoints squads to enforce freshman cap rule
College Eye 23:18, p.6
10/23/1931 Twenty-two appointed official blanket-tossers.
47 Freshman caps will go on sale Thursday at freshman lecture
College Eye 23:12, p.1
9/8/1931 Caps are purple with green bills; must be worn at all times except Sunday.
48 Freshmen! You may get beaten and bruised if you don't watch out; rules and regulations say to wear the purple or take the black and blue
College Eye 22:6, p.2
10/17/1930 Freshmen chastised for not wearing indicative purple hats.
49 Living and learning
College Eye 22:4, p.1
10/3/1930 Freshman women wear beanies and study the freshman rules; photo.
50 Ready for Homecoming
Alumnus 14:4, p.13
10/1/1930 Freshmen women wear berets for Homecoming; photo.


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